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WHAT TO EXPECT:

Yom Kippur is our holiest day of the year, a time in which we collectively and individually note where we've gone off course. It is the day in which the Book of Life is sealed for the coming year, and we begin the year ahead with a clean slate. At the conclusion of Ne'ilah, our community is invited to gather together to break the fast together, a beautiful, intergenerational tradition--all are welcome! Services will be both in-person and virtual, unless otherwise indicated.

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IMPORTANT RITUALS:

Yizkor: Yizkor (“Remember”) carves out moments in time for us to remember those who we have lost. Two of these Yizkor services occur during the High Holy Days (one on Yom Kippur, and one on Shemini Atzeret), at which time we will collectively lift up the memories of loved ones who have died.

Ne'ilah: Ne'ilah is the concluding service of Yom Kippur, when the final prayers are recited prior to the break fast. 

*For Families: If you are unable to join us for the Yom Kippur afternoon services, please join us at Nei'lah so your children can blow the shofar and participate in a beautiful havdalah ritual with music, candles and spices, prior to breaking the fast as a community. 

 

Sun, June 23 2024 17 Sivan 5784